Gathering around a campfire. Cooking food on a stick. Finding constellations. Telling ghost stories, then crawling into a sleeping bag and falling asleep to the amazing silence of the woods - no wonder camping is the top outdoor recreation activity among children aged six and up. A book that older k..
Think campfire cooking stops at s'mores? Think again! This handy guidebook provides tips and tricks to cooking up memorable meals in the great outdoors, including DIY dinners, satisfying snacks, and open-fire desserts. With bold photos and infographics, step-by-step projects, and expert instructions..
Molly's family and Kayley go on a camping trip. With a new camera in hand Molly is determined to take a picture of a mysterious creature. Will Molly click the perfect pic Or will the campground creature remain a mystery..
The second book in the much-loved Mr. Magee series A new adventure with Mr. Magee and his dog, Dee: In A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee, Mr. Magee and his trusty dog, Dee, are enjoying a peaceful camping trip when along comes a lumbering, marshmallow-loving bear and the excitement begins. The next th..
"Once upon a time there was a boy who presented a well-thought out proposal for his teacher, Ms. Johnson, convincing her that bringing a pterodactyl to school would be a good idea. The boy is back, and this time he has several reasons why bringing a woolly mammoth to the library would be advantageou..
Ages 6 to 9 yearsMr Ricket has a shed in the perfect place, or so he thought! Mr Ricket has built his shed near the park. He thinks it's a perfect spot for all of his inventions until
balls and frisbees and all sorts come flying onto his roof! He can't concentrate at all! He decides to
What turns a flood event into a flood disaster? What can be done to protect crops from pests and fire? How do scientists detect likely tornado formation inside a thunderstorm? This book discusses natural disasters such as tornadoes, hurricanes, volcanoes, floods and droughts and looks into how scien..
No computers. No lights. No phones. No running water. The world plunged into darkness and chaos. Could you survive a global blackout? When YOU CHOOSE what to do next, the choices you make could mean the difference between life and death...
A supervolcano has erupted! Its eruption is thousands of times larger than a normal volcano. Huge amounts of lava and ash threaten all life in the area. You're a visitor to the park when the eruption occurs. Will you stay to monitor the volcano, or evacuate to safety? When YOU CHOOSE what to do next..
The Center for Disease Control has issued a warning about an outbreak of a new deadly virus ""Blood Fever."" Any person you pass on the street could be a carrier. To make it through the outbreak, you'll have to make the right decisions. When YOU CHOOSE what to do next, can you survive a plague that ..